Listen to John Sikkema’s recent interview on Warwick Fairfax’s podcast show, Beyond the Crucible.
We are currently running a local business networking group in the Bayside, Victoria area. To access the group benefits, like workshops, networking events, business coaching, inspirational speakers and great opportunities,
Food4Thought exists to reach business people who have struggled to work out how their business life and their faith work together, who may find it difficult to fit into church, or who have yet to discover faith in Jesus.
Beside the normal regulatory and governance requirements, most business owners, entrepreneurs and CEOs realise the need for and benefit of reporting to a board. With the right dynamics in place a board can empower people with complimentary skills, experience and wisdom to formally advise and assist us.
If you could commit the rest of your life to doing only one thing, what would that be? John Sikkema says it’s worth finding out in order to move our focus from success to significance.
How much do you attribute success to what you earn and your net worth? I’ve found earning money – even lots of it — can certainly be a by-product of being successful. But wealth is so often not the primary driver for successful people.